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Romanians celebrate union of Romanian Principalities on 24 January

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BUCHAREST (DNA) – Ambassador of Romania to Pakistan Nicolae Goia has said every year on 24 January Romanians celebrate one of the most important – and probably most affectionate – moments in the history of their country, the Union of the Principalities of Wallachia and Moldova.The Union of 1859 has been the beginning of an extraordinary process of modernization and reforms. It has paved the way to the Great Union of 1st December 1918 when, based on the principle of people’s right to self-determination, the third Romanian principality, Transylvania, alsoRead More


Bond movie ‘No Time To Die’ delayed again by pandemic

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Much-delayed James Bond movie “No Time To Die” was postponed again due to the pandemic Thursday, with studio MGM confirming 007’s next mission will not take place until October. The release of the 25th installment of the fictional British spy saga has already been pushed back multiple times. It was originally set for a London premiere last March, before that was pushed back to November by the global spread of Covid-19. With coronavirus still sweeping the globe and thousands of movie theaters shuttered again due to lockdowns, the film’s nextRead More


PPP rejects formation of Broadsheet scandal inquiry committee

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ISLAMABAD : Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has rejected the formation of inquiry committee by Prime Minister Imran Khan to probe the Broadsheet scandal. Senior leader of the PPP, Nayyar Hussain Bukhari while showing reservations on the inquiry committee termed it as an attempt to distort the facts. He alleged that appointment of the committee chairman shows the dishonesty of the government. Broadsheet is an important issue and the PPP demands impartial inquiry into the matter. The federal cabinet meeting on Tuesday had formed an inquiry committee on the Broadsheet scandal.Read More


PM directs to take all necessary steps to increase exports on priority basis

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Islamabad : Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed to take all necessary steps to increase exports on priority basis. Chairing the weekly review meeting of priority sectors in Islamabad, the Prime Minister called for the formulation of a comprehensive action plan to increase the exports of valuable items. Chairing the meeting on Knowledge Economy, the Prime Minister sought suggestions for increasing the development budget for education. The Prime Minister was briefed on the strategy for education and promotion of 12 modern technologies of great importance in the future and wasRead More


Tabish expresses feelings as he attends first-ever Pakistan camp

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Karachi : First-class performer Tabish Khan overjoyed on his first day in Pakistan team camp for the Test series against South Africa. The 36-year-old Tabish said that the feeling is inexpressible as he is named in the 20-member squad. “Feelings were quite different after attending Pakistan camp as I wore training jersey for the first time,” Tabish said in a video released by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). “I remember of watching Pakistan’s Test match against West Indies from Hanif Mohammad Enclosure and now I only think that I have aRead More


SHC summons DG NAB Karachi in Aijaz Jakhrani assets case

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KARACHI : The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Friday extended bail before the arrest of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Aijaz Jakhrani in assets beyond means case until February 9. At the outset of the hearing, Jakhrani’s counsel presented coronavirus diagnosis report of his counsel before the court. The court while showing resentment over the non-appearance of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) prosecutor, summoned DG NAB Karachi in person on February 9. The SHC also extended bail before the arrest of the PPP stalwart until February 9. The anti-graft watchdogRead More